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Can PAWS Test Measure Teacher Performance?

CHEYENNE (AP) - Wyoming Superintendent Cindy Hill and a consultant are offering differing views on whether the state's annual public school assessment exam can be used to hold educators more accountable.

Sheridan Media Hosts Buffalo Chamber Luncheon

Sheridan Media hosted this month's Buffalo Chamber Luncheon on Wednesday, and gave a presentation called The Theater of the Mind, which highlighted the magic of radio, and how sounds and the human voice along with imagination can paint a picture in one's mind far more vast and vivid than television

'Evening Of One Acts' Begins Thursday

The Sheridan College theater department's "Evening of One Acts" from the No Frills theater company begins Thursday night at the Wyo Theater.

Business Forum: Gov. Mead Wants New Ideas To Help Wyoming Lead

Governor Matt Mead's Business Forum started Tuesday and is continuing Wednesday in Cheyenne. Mead says he's committed to creating a better, more diversified business environment in the state.

Wyo. Rep. Lummis Calls for AG's Resignation

CHEYENNE (AP) - U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis has become the latest member of Congress to call on Attorney General Eric Holder to resign.

Game and Fish: Wild Turkey Holiday Dinner

There are plenty of wild turkeys for hunting in the northeast Wyoming area this year, and the Sheridan Game and Fish Department reminds Sheridan County residents that turkey season is open until December 31.

Mentock-Barkan Named SCSD1 Trustee

During Monday night's Sheridan County School District 1 regular board meeting, Penny Mentock-Barkan was named as a new District 1 board trustee.

Commissioners Approve CMAQ Grant Funding Agreement

The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday authorized an agreement with WYDOT regarding grant funding for the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program.

Rep. Lummis Endorses Mitt Romney For President

CHEYENNE (AP) - Rep. Cynthia Lummis says she's endorsing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney because she believes he's the best person to solve the nation's economic woes.

Big Horn Coaches Dow, Hall Resign

Following a two-hour executive session Monday night at Big Horn High School, the Sheridan County School District 1 Board of Trustees accepted resignations from Big Horn coaches Bert Dow and Wayne Hall.

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